They'll Be Back. the Terminator Returns in 2019, along with Other Blockbuster Sequels, Remakes and Reboots

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They'll Be Back. the Terminator Returns in 2019, along with Other Blockbuster Sequels, Remakes and Reboots


Byline: CHRIS HUNNEYSETT

TOY STORY 4 JUNE 21 BELOVED animated toys Buzz Lightyear and Woody the cowboy return for more adventure.

Tim Allen and Tom Hanks are back in the saddle as the voices of our heroes, alongside Joan Cusack, Michael Keaton and Timothy Dalton. The story is rumoured to revolve around Bo Peep's relationship with Woody. With Randy Newman again behind the tunes, this will doubtless be as funny and heartbreaking as the rest.

Anticipation factor 5/5 DISNEY REMAKES MARCH 29, MAY 24 & JULY 19 THE Mouse House are treating us to a trio of updated animated adventures. In March, Tim Burton combines live action and CGI as Colin Farrell and Eva Green star with Dumbo, the elephant who learns to fly.

In May, genius casting has Will Smith as the genie in Guy Ritchie's big budget liveaction musical Aladdin. And July sees a wholly computeranimated The Lion King roar back into cinemas, directed by Jon "The Jungle Book" Favreau.

Beyonce performs original songs, so this will sound as great as it looks.

Anticipation factor 5/5 HOLLYWOOD has been derided for churning out an endless succession of reboots. Yet cinema has always been keen on recycling, with even 1959 multi-Oscar winner Ben-Hur a remake. So here are the sequels, remakes and reboots you will be dying to see in 2019.

TERMINATOR 6 OCTOBER 31 ARNOLD Schwarzenegger is back as the time-travelling cyborg trying to save future humanity from an apocalyptic war against the machines.

The Austrian actor is at last reunited with fellow original star Linda Hamilton, who reprises her role as kick-ass resistance leader Sarah Connor.

The story is sensibly a direct sequel to 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

With CGI, Deadpool director Tim Miller, Batman Begins writer David S. Goyer and producer James Cameron, it's sure to be a blast. Anticipation factor 5/5 FROZEN 2 NOVEMBER 22 YOUR little princess, or prince, will not let it go until you get your skates on to take them to see this animated icy sequel.

In another magical adventure, Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel return to voice sisters Anna and Elsa, alongside Josh Gad's sidekick Olaf the snowman.

The original was the number-one film of 2013 worldwide. With new songs and characters, Frozen 2 appears in plenty of time to turbo-charge the Christmas spirit and inspire a whole new generation.

Anticipation factor 4/5 STAR WARS Ep 9 DECEMBER 19 I'M beyond desperate to see the final instalment of the third Star Wars trilogy and find out how it ties up the Skywalker family saga.

Having taken a breather after Episode VII: The Force Awakens, JJ Abrams returns to direct Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac as they battle Adam Driver's fearsome Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader of the First Order.

Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill appear as the Skywalker twins, Leia and Luke, after the late Carrie's family permitted use of unreleased footage shot for The Force Awakens.

Anticipation factor 5/5 AVENGERS: ENDGAME APRIL 12 MARVEL'S 22nd film in their series is squaring up to be the biggest superhero event of the decade.

The only confirmed film after this is Spider-Man: Far From Home. All bets are off as to which heroes will survive. …

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